A beef jerky label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
A period correct bumper sticker designed by Lance L. Ziesch referencing the presidential election of 1984.
A fictional jam label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
A fictional dishsoap label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
The official Hann's Town Beer (HTB) label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
A fictional honey jar label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
A fictional pickle jar label designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
A period correct bumper sticker designed by Lance L. Ziesch.
The 'RTP' is a reference to the film's production company- Rogue Taurus Productions.
A ficitonal coffee can label designed by Lance l. Ziesch.
Wardrobe hats created by Ruff Embroidery of Hanston, KS.
The hat on the left was aged by Monicca De Luna (Wardrobe) for use on screen.
The bear trap used in the film- created by Brian L. Reece.
The killer's claws used in the film- created by Brian L. Reece.
The final version of the HTB bottles used in the film.
The bottles were Session Beer brand with the original labels removed and replaced with our own printed labels. The caps were also painted to match the HTB orange color.
A suprisingly hard item to find- a period correct Sony Walkman.
We searched thrift and prop stores for months before finally finding this one at the Depot Theater in Dodge City, Kansas.
The Depot Theater also graciously provided most of the other props, wardrobe, and several pieces of set dressing for the film.
An original RCA VHS camcorder used in the film.
This one originally belonged to the Director's grandmother and was the first camera he ever shot his own videos on as a child in the late 1980s.
And it still works!
The 'Clifton's General Store' location was stocked with fake and authentic, period correct products created and gathered from all over western Kansas.
An authentic, period correct, gas station (Leroy's) was created by Lance L. Ziesch through a combination of acquired items and original creations, such as the Leroy's sign.
The gas pump was provided by the Haun Museum in Jetmore, KS- they also provided many more of the authentic items seen on screen throughout the film.
The authentic 1983 Chevrolet Caprice 'Sheriff's Car' restored to a period correct Hodgeman County sheriff's cruiser.
Purchased and painted by Leo Ziesch (father of Producer Lance L. Ziesch) and outfitted with law enforcement gear by Pursuit Optics in Wichita, Ks.
Many films provided visual and storyline inspiration for 'Rabid Love'. A few of the director's favorites are pictured here.
Select a thumbnail to view a larger picture and learn about what was happening behind the scenes while we shot!
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